There’s always an event to enjoy or something to celebrate in the lively city of Bath, and 2013 saw it mark more than three centuries since the Georgians made it what it is today. The Georgian period shaped the city into the cultural and impressive city that’s attracted visitors for centuries, and they influenced its architecture, style and society.
The Roman Baths may be one of the country’s most famous attractions today, but behind their looming architecture you’ll find remains that tell the tale of the city long before it became the destination we visit today. Just like many of us book breaks to enjoy bed and breakfast in Bath and some serious pampering, the Romans also made their way to the city to take advantage of its location and impressive baths.
There are so many romantic spots to visit in Bath that we wouldn’t have enough space to list them all here, but the historic city is something of a magnet for lovers keen to stroll its streets and enjoy time out together. If you’re stuck for a way to make this Valentine’s Day extra special why not book a b and b in Bath and start planning ways to explore the city as a twosome?
It’s easier than ever to make Valentine’s Day memorable thanks to the spa breaks in Bath available from Bailbrook Lodge. Their Super Spa Breaks packages include a two night stay at the elegant hotel with a choice of breakfast and (wait for it…!) a three hour visit to the infamous Bath Thermae Spa. Packages even include a three course meal during a stay – now that’s romance which you won’t even have to plan.
The Bath Comedy Festival returns for the sixth year from 28th March until 6th April, and it’s set to be one of the funniest events in the city’s calendar. If you choose to stay in Bailbrook Lodge you’ll be able to combine all the pleasures of one of their spa breaks in Bath and take in one or two of the festival events at the same time.
The Bath Literature Festival is one of the city’s annual highlights, and this year it’s set to run from 28th February until 9th March. Tickets will be available from 20th January, and if you’ve yet to book your accommodation make sure you arrange your Bed and breakfast in Bath before the crowds!
We know that for parents the prospect of a city break often means one big dilemma – do we take the children with us or take some time for ourselves. Why not enjoy the best of both worlds with a stay in a family-friendly B and B in Bath and drop the children into Bath’s Saturday art class? You can take some time to experience the romantic side of the city and the children will have a great time in a creative environment.
There are more museums in Bath than you need to visit while you’re here, and they cover everything from the historic to the just plain quirky. We know that a stay in a bed and breakfast in Bath means getting the most you can from your visit without being too bogged down in planning, so here are our top two Bath museums.